The company that has been carrying out coronavirus testing for Premier League clubs says it has a plan for getting fans back into grounds after lockdown.
Prenetics is actively working on ways to increase the testing capacity, one part of the road map that is intended to culminate in fans being permitted back into stadiums.
In an interview with Avi Lasarow, the UK chief executive of Prenetics; said hope that these plans will gather pace once the current lockdown measures are relaxed.
He added that: “One of the bottlenecks in getting fans back to stadiums if testing is used as part of the access requirements, is how do you get mass amounts of people tested within a minimum period of time to get them into a stadium safely?
We remain hugely optimistic that’s going to be possible, the government and together with sports generally will decide which are the testing technologies to be used to allow fans get access into stadiums, he said.